Digest and Citator
Results in Westlaw and Lexis, 32 Legal Reference
This can be found on Online Sunshine under the "Citator
" link at http://billinfo.leg.state.fl.us.
A medical journal citator
could use a similar, but not the same, approach as a legal citator
Master Tax Guide and CCH Citator
in addition to numerous journals and newsletters.
(49) For most of the twentieth century, Shepard's citator
service was the industry standard, and an essential part of the legal research process to verify, that a found authority was still a valid source of law.
Matthew Bender (Charlottesville, VA) has published the 2006 edition of the "American Institute of Architects Legal Citator
," a softbound case finder which lists and digests relevant federal and state decisions that interpret AIA construction contracts and related documents.
Function Tracks the History of Cases
Information search phase * Provide tax memorandum to reviewed * Access to CCH-Online with unique log-in and password * Search Dependent Measures: TOTALTIME (time spent on research) TIMENEW (time spent performing new searches and viewing new information [i.e., non-cited authorities]) NUMSEARCH (the number of keyword and citator
searches performed, excluding repeats) NUMVIEW (the number of authorities viewed, excluding repeats) SUPPORT (time spent verifying the supporting authorities/ CITETlME) 5.
Whether you are using the software versions of Lexis and Westlaw--or accessing their citator
services on the Web through lexis.com or westlaw.com--simply enter a case citation.
Its case citator
, QuickCite, contains parallel citations, case histories, cases, and judicial treatments, while the service provides access to 2500 databases of statutory materials, caselaw, current awareness newsletters and legal commentary.
Search of Westlaw, MDAUBREP (Mealey's Daubert Reports), and DAUBERT (the Daubert Citator
On the minus side, there is still no Shepherd's Citator
service, but it's reportedly coming soon--and is available in the full LEXIS service and greatly missed in Universe.